The “Fifth Little Girl”

A Conversation with Mrs. Sarah Collins Rudolph   Monday, September 14, 2020 In a blatant act of domestic terrorism, the Klu Klux Klan bombed Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church at 10:22am on Sunday, September 15, 1963, killing four little girls: Denise McNair (11), Carole Robertson (14), Cynthia Wesley (14), and Addie Mae Collins (14).  Their … Continue reading The “Fifth Little Girl”

Black Lives Matter

BLACK LIVES MATTER   In solidarity with local and global movements to preserve and honor black lives, dismantle white supremacy, and interrogate the vexed history that has brought us to this moment, Africana Studies at Rutgers-Camden affirms the following principles:   We affirm the value of all human life, and that of all human beings, … Continue reading Black Lives Matter

Fall 2020 Courses

FALL 2020 COURSES   AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY I (D) 3 credits 50:014:203 Course section taught by remote instruction – see https://scheduling.rutgers.edu/remote-instruction for details Cross-Listed With: 50:512:203:01 (01434) Monday 12:30 PM – 1:50 PMCAM Wednesday 12:30 PM – 1:50 PMCAM Profesor: BOYD   AFRICAN AMERICAN THEATER (D)3 credits 50:014:215 Go to http://canvas.rutgers.edu, Online Course Cross-Listed With: … Continue reading Fall 2020 Courses

Black Germany and Beyond Conference

Africana Studies at Rutgers University-Camden is collaborating with The Black German Heritage and Research Association (BGHRA) in hosting a 2 day conference “Black Germany and Beyond”on April 3-4, 2020. Keynote speakers to be announced. The BGHRA Review Committee invites proposals for papers that engage the multiplicity and diversity of the transnational experiences of Black people of German heritage and of … Continue reading Black Germany and Beyond Conference